New Modern Buildings from Kobblestone Miniatures

By Polar_Bear
In News
Feb 23rd, 2015

Kobblestone Miniatures switches gears with their terrain style and has come out with a new set of Modern buildings that they’ve got over in their webshop. Great for post-apocalyptic gaming of your favorite variety, be it zombies or aliens or whatever that’ve decided to cause all sorts of havoc on the world.


From the release:

Our new Modern line of buildings are great for fantasy scenes such as Zombies. They can also be used as derelict buildings for numerous types of scenes. They would work well with European or North American settings anywhere from the 30’s through to the present day. To start with we are introducing a Movie Theater and a Rooming House.

– Buildings are made of resin
– Suitable for 25-28mm
– Both buildings have interior access
– Fully assembled ready to be painted

We will be making additions to this line of buildings in the future.

Reasonably priced at $39.99 and $49.99.
However for the last two weeks of February we are offering a 15% discount if buildings are purchased together. Savings of $13.50.
Offer expires Feb. 28, 2015.

figures used with our display are Apocalypse Survivors from Wargames Factory

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  • Sejanus

    Not a great price for what it is frankly.
    MDF is the way of the future for buildings these days.So much more can be done with them.
    4Ground and Sarissa Precision come to mind.

    I give these guys a pass.

    • The_Lathe

      I disagree. MDF is certainly the popular choice these days, but it’s not great for the discerning modeller, and isn’t even that reasonably priced any more. It’s the gamer’s choice, not the terrain guy’s choice (I’m a terrain guy 😉

      The trouble with MDF is that it *looks like MDF*. Regularly tiled roofs, shallow detail, interlocking joints on anything that isn’t square… it needs a lot of work to lend it realism. For example, the new 4Ground fantasy range looks great at first glance, but pales into comparison alongside the resin beauties from Tabletop World, for example – and it’s about the same price point!

      Long story short, these are cool, but the price is maybe a little high due to the resin being used. But I’d take curves and realistic ‘deep’ detail over MDF any day.